iPhone 12 buyers could be set for disappointment after announcement tonight

Excited fans have been eagerly awaiting today’s Apple event desperate to see what the tech firm has up its sleeve.

Apple has been widely reported to be working on a range of four new iPhones that will have super fast internet and new designs.

Rumours suggest that we will see an iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max at today's Hi, Speed event.

The handsets will likely feature OLED screens, super fast processors and 5G internet – leaving fans on the edge of their seats to see the real thing.

Others expect there to be improved battery life, faster charging speeds and top of the range cameras.

And with expectations so high, some streaming tonight’s announcement could be left bitterly disappointed in the coming weeks.

It’s been reported that some of these brand new devices won’t be hitting the shelves until much later this year.

According to tech tipster King, the iPhone 12 Mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max won't be available until November.

The standard iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro will be available to pre-order from this Friday, October 16 with customers receiving their new handsets the following week.

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But if it’s a Mini or Max on your mind you might have to lower your expectations.

The iPhone 12 Mini might not be available until November 6 and the Max until November 20, the tipster suggested.

And there could always been supply issues with such in demand products, causing further disappointment.

According to Nikkei Asian Review, Apple has ordered 80 million of its new models for the rest of the year – but manufactures are only on track to make 74m.

Reports claim that Apple usually starts production in August, and is only now kickstarting the production line, a month after the planned September date.

Rumours will continue to swirl until Apple’s event this evening at 6pm BST.

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